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Servicing maximum number of device requests

Hello,
we have the problem that after a while the GMS stops working.
On the Dashboard I can see a count of a few hundred messages: Device Connections Usage: Servicing maximum number of device requests

How can I increase the device requests?

Thanks
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Re: Servicing maximum number of device requests

In article <sheinrich.8cqppz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Sheinrich
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> On the Dashboard I can see a count of a few hundred messages: Device
> Connections Usage: Servicing maximum number of device requests


Either we just have too much activity hitting your server and need to
go to multiple boxes as others have done.
Or you have a bottle neck to figure out and get out of the way.

How many users/devices do you have on this system?

How are the basic resources on this system? A dsapp health check
(options 7,1) can point out many of the limits.
What are the load levels on this system when this happens? Perhaps you
are CPU and/or RAM constrained, or slow storage that can also show in
high load levels as it waits on disk (more RAM for cache can help some
here).

https://www.novell.com/communities/coolsolutions/cool_tools/dsapp/
http://www.konecnyconsulting.ca/itnotes/nixadmin.html


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Re: Servicing maximum number of device requests

Thanks for your answer.

How many users/devices do you have on this system?

We have 9 Users and 7 Devices connected.

How are the basic resources on this system? A dsapp health check
(options 7,1) can point out many of the limits.
What are the load levels on this system when this happens? Perhaps you
are CPU and/or RAM constrained, or slow storage that can also show in
high load levels as it waits on disk (more RAM for cache can help some
here).


The System is a virtual machine with 4vCPU and 8GB RAM.

I'll try the dsapp tool.
Thank you.
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Re: Servicing maximum number of device requests

Update:
dsapp found 2 points.
- Warning at the Proxy Configuration
- Failed at Database Maintenance

So I'll do both points.
Thanks again for the dsapp tool
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Re: Servicing maximum number of device requests

In article <sheinrich.8czhdc@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Sheinrich
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> We have 9 Users and 7 Devices connected.
>

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> The System is a virtual machine with 4vCPU and 8GB RAM.
>
> I'll try the dsapp tool.
> Thank you.


Your welcome
you shouldn't have a load issue with those numbers. But still worth
checking load levels and such in case some thing is stuck that working
with dsapp doesn't resolve.
Yup, dsapp is THE maintenance tool for GMS. All driven by the support team
and I wonder when it will be brought in as a part of the core package and
officially maintained.
If you continue to have issues with this, we will need to know which
version of SLES you are running GMS on and which build of GMS (rpm -qa |
grep group) to better guide you.


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